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Wednesday, August 25, 2004

President Bush says that he thought a new campaign-finance law governing this year`s elections should have put an end to attack ads paid for by wealthy partisans. “I thought we were going to once and for all get rid of a system where people could just pour tons of money in and not be held to account for the advertising,”Bush told reporters at his ranch near Crawford, Texas.

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